This census is exactly as it appears on roll V229-3-Mississipi State and
Territorial Counties Census 1792-1866. The census for Tallahatchie County
was taken in 1841. It was difficult to read some of the names, therefore;
there will be an * by a name that I was not sure of. The Gif with Tallahatchie
1841 is an exact copy of the county and date as appears on the census. The
page numbers are as they appear on the census. It appeared that the census
taker tried to take the census alphabetically, but at the end he had some
that were not.
This document had to be done in tables in order to keep the alignment. It
is impossible as I see it to type with tabs and everything stay as it should.
This can not be done and put on the web. You will have to scroll back and
forth across the page. There are 28 cells, and I know of no way to make them
smaller and still be able to read them.
The 1841 Tallahatchie County Territorial Census has been broken into Seven
(7) pages. It took too long to load it in it's entirety. You can now access
each page at a much faster speed.
The State of Mississippi, Tallahatchie County)
I John H. Nintymang assessor & Collector in and for the County a forsaid hereby certify that the forgoing pages contain a time and current enumeration of all the free white inhabitants of which this County consist as taken by me, agreable to the act of the Legislation of 1840. Amounting in all to One Thousand Five Hundred and Eighteen Souls. Witness my hand and --- this 28th day of January A.D. 1841, Dated at Charleston Mississippi.
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